The All Progressives Convention led by Igo Aguma, APC, in Rivers State, attacked Transport Minister Rotimi Amashi for his absence from the South South stakeholder assembly with President Muhammadu Buhari's delegation.
The get together mentioned that the minister was at Port Harcourt Airport to obtain the presidential delegation, and accompanied them to authorities headquarters and disappeared.
It’s reported that the federal authorities held a gathering at Rivers State Authorities Home, Port Harcourt, on Tuesday.
The assembly was attended by many of the area’s presidential appointees and elected representatives.
Ibrahim Gambari, chief of the president’s cupboard, led the presidential delegation composed of ministers from the south and south.
However the absence of Amashi, the previous governor of Rivers State, raised the ire of the All Progressive Convention (APC) within the state.
APC mentioned the Minister of Transport couldn’t justify his absence, which it described as "unlucky."
This was said in an announcement from Livingston Wichy, Media Adviser to the Chair of the Caretaker Committee, Igo Aguma.
The get together demanded that Amaechi apologize to the individuals of Rivers State and his get together for his "embarrassing habits."
The assertion added, “We condemn the absence of Rotimi Amaechi, Minister of Transportation from the Southern Stakeholder Assembly with the Presidency held in Port Harcourt on Tuesday, November 24, 2020.”
APC questioned why Amaechi by no means participated within the necessary stakeholder assembly Which pertains to the Sout geopolitical area of the South.
“The absence of the Minister of Transportation, who is meant to be the minister representing Rivers State within the Federal Cupboard, is so regrettable that there will be no justification for not collaborating.
” Amaechi's work is proof of the kind of divisive management The selfishness that he grants to APC within the state that goals solely at destroying the get together at any value for private acquire according to his pledges. ”